Archive for August 23rd, 2009

Samuel’s Musician Of The Week: Seal

This week’s award goes to Seal, and the feature song is “Amazing”, a song I went looking for after hearing a very short extract of it used as part of the 2UE IDs for various presenters (I think the first time I heard it, it was being used for Stuart Bocking).


Seal – Amazing
by PeteRock

Everyone says you’re amazing
(amazing, amazing, amazing, amazing, amazing, amazing, amazing, amazing, amazing, amazing, amazing)

Say you don’t know, how to do it now
So you run
It’s not that you’re bleeding, but you’re through it now
So you run, so you run
I know that you need it, you can’t live alone
So you run, so you run…

Everyone says you’re amazing
Now that you’re clean
Only you know who the real ones are, ’cause you’ve seen
There’s only one question I want to ask, is it healing when you hear
Everyone see you’re amazing?

Does anyone ask you?
If you cry in your sleep and do you feel okay
When you run?
Thinkin’ it’s doomsday, you got to let it go
So you run, so you run…

Pretend you don’t see it, that way you can live the lie, when you run…
So you run..

Everyone says you’re amazing
Now that you’re clean
Only you know who the real ones are, ’cause you’ve seen
There’s only one question I want to ask, is it healing when, when you hear
Everyone see you’re amazing?

Does anyone ask you…? (ask you, ask you, ask you, ask you, ask you, ask you)
‘Cause I know that you’re real, amazing, amazing, amazing…

Everyone says you’re amazing
Now that you’re clean
Only you know who the real ones are, because you have seen
There’s only one question I want to ask, is it healing when you hear
Everyone see you’re amazing?

Everyone see you’re amazing
(I want you to always feel amazing)
Everyone says you’re amazing
(I want you to always feel amazing)
(I want you to always feel amazing)
You’re amazing

Samuel

August 23rd, 2009 at 06:53pm

Aircheck Sunday: Samuel and Jason Morrison discuss the news of the week on 2QN. Friday May 22, 2009

You may recall that, three months ago, I was quite excited that 2GB’s Jason Morrison had agreed to come on to the 2QN breakfast show, on which I was filling in for Paul Dix, to have a chat about some of the stories which had made the news that week.

On the Friday morning, just after the 8:30am news, Jason and I discussed Annice Smoel’s release from a Thai jail which was undoubtedly the top story of the week, along with petrol prices and the discounting stunts taking place in Sydney, plus an amusing case of a large bank error and record bank fees.

I was quite pleased with how it turned out, as was the senior announcer at 2QN, and now that it is more than three months old, here it is for your listening pleasure.

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In case you are wondering, it was not a coincidence that Jason’s theme song from 2GB played straight after the interview. It’s a great song, I’d been wanting to play it all week, and the segment gave me the perfect opportunity to play it, even if I didn’t mention that as a reason at the time.

So, once again I would like to thank Jason for giving up fifteen minutes of his time on that morning. I understand that it was a particularly busy week for him, so his contribution is greatly appreciated.

Copyright notice: Copyright on this audio is jointly held by Rich Rivers Radio Pty Ltd, Samuel Gordon-Stewart and Jason Morrison. It is made available for personal use, and “fair use” as defined by copyright legislation only. This audio may not be redistributed without the prior written permission of a copyright holder.

Incidentally, my childhood recordings continue to be published tomorrow…one tomorrow, one on Tuesday.

Samuel

August 23rd, 2009 at 12:35pm


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